Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher backed Manchester United fans who stormed the Old Trafford pitch, with the former Manchester United right back launching a renewed attack on the Glazer family following the failed attempt to take Manchester United into the European Super League.
The debacle has already led to chief executive Ed Woodward announcing that he will step down at the end of 2021 and now the supporters want the Glazers to follow suit.
After fans also set off flares and smoke bombs and clashed with police outside the ground and another group tried to prevent Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players leaving the Lowry Hotel and boarding the team bus, Neville said he understood their anger and slammed his old club for failing to understand their privileged role within English football.
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Speaking before Sunday's potential title-decider against Liverpool, which was delayed due to the protests, Neville said on Sky Sports: 'I've never thought they were brilliant owners, but I've seen there are worse owners in football than the Glazer family. However, I think all football fans should unite today behind what Manchester United fans have done.
'What they did two years ago was dangerous for English football, we must not forget that. They tried to walk away and create a closed shop league which would have basically created a famine in this country for every other football club.
'Those 15 clubs (who would have made up the European Super League) would have walked away from their leagues and basically destroyed the ethos of the pyramid and relegation in English football. That's number one, it's unforgivable what they did as a family two weeks ago.
'The Glazer family two weeks ago tried to implement something that would have damaged every single community that has football at the heart of it. That's why they're dangerous.
'Perez is dangerous, Agnelli, Laporta… they are dangerous to the concept of equal opportunity and fair play in European football.
'Let's not forget what we're arguing about here. Today there is anger. I hope tomorrow it switches to mobilisation towards reform and regulation behind the fan-led review.
'When I talked about Manchester United and Liverpool two weeks ago, they